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I have a brand new car and when the A/C is on and

I have a brand new Honda CR-V and when the A/C is on and the car is idle it vibrates. Is that normal?

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You should feel a noticeable amount of vibration, although being a brand new vehicle it should not be too eccentric. Definitely not uncomfortable. If it is an uncomfortable amount, have the dealership replace the belt that drives the compressor, and if they claim your belt is plenty tight have them replace the compressor. The vibration could be cause by a loose belt that drives the A/C Compressor. If not, the compressor, itself, could be coming apart internally throwing off its balance as the internal parts spin.

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